Cantor at the Choral Synagogue, Rostov-on-Don (1915-28) and Roeland Street Synagogue, Cape Town (1928-31). Research interest of Dr Stephen Muir.
Frankfurt-born composer, conductor, woodwind player: escaped Europe, interned in Singapore and Australia, returned to London in the 1950s
Viennese-born composer, pianist, musicologist and record producer who traversed concert stage, cabaret and popular music.
Violinist, performer in the Cape Town/Stellenbosch 'Out of the Shadows' festival.
Cantor, composer of cantata Enosh, community leader in Bradford, West Yorkshire; fled Germany with his parents in 1937 aged 11.
Student performers and composers from the RNCM.
František Kovanic wrote the lyrics to the songs in the musical Prince Bettliegend, written in the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto.
Josef Lustig wrote and directed the musical Prince Bettliegend while a prisoner in the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto.
Leonore Bredekamp created and performed the musical arrangements for Prinz Bettliegend with students at Stellenbosch University.
Amelda Brand co-created and directed Prinz Bettliegend with her students at Stellenbosch University.
Josef Horáček assisted with the translation of the play Comedy about a Trap, written in the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto.
Zdeněk Jelínek wrote the play Comedy about a Trap (Komedie o pasti) in the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto.